Rogaland Aktiv AS offers kayak trips and kayak courses. We offer trips that vary from a few hours to several day expeditions. These kayak trips can be on calm waters, choppy seas or down raging rivers. Whether you want to paddle in a narrow strait or in the open sea, we adapt our trips to your wants and needs.
Rogaland Aktiv AS has both single and double kayaks available to rent. On the longer trips, it is required that you have a dry-suit, which is possible to rent. On the river trips, wetsuits are included in the kayak rental price. For additional information and prices, see our website at www. rogalandaktiv.no.
At this time, Rogaland Aktiv AS has kayaks available to rent for use in Hafrsfjord, in and around the islands of Stavanger and Ryfylke, as well as in the fjords that stem from Lauvvik.
Ryfylke islets and reef trip. This is an amazing 2-3 hour trip among Ryfylke's beautiful islets and reefs. If you are looking for a taste of Ryfylke, this is the trip for you. Together with a guide, you will paddle around the islets and reefs and under bridges, while catching a glimpse of the Norwegian cabins and boathouses, with their quaint architectural design. This trip is well suited for those with minimal paddling experience, as well as those who have paddled awhile. These trips are available every day between April and September, but need to be ordered at least two days ahead and require a minimum of 3 participants.
Price: NOK 850,-
Kvitsøy, coastal culture at its best! All day trip. The trip starts with a 40 min ferry ride to the beautiful islands of Kvitsøy. After a short safety briefing, you will be guided among some of the 365 islets that make up Kvitsøy, located in the North Sea. These trips are arranged daily from April to September, but must be ordered at least 3 days ahead and requires a minimum of 3 participants.
Price: NOK 1900,- (ferry, guide and lunch are included in the price)
Hafrsfjord, a paddle trip in the tracks of the Vikings. A paddle trip in Hafrsfjord has a lot to offer, from calmer fjord waters to the raging sea. This trip is a classic and a must, for all of those who will see the famous Three Swords from the water. Hafrsfjord, is historically known for the battle of 872, where Norway became united under one king, Harald Fairhair. The trip begins in the fjord, west of the monument, and after passing the majestic swords, it will continue out towards the ocean. If the weather conditions are good, we can paddle all the way to the petroglyphs at Fluberg. On our return to the shore, we will have some refreshments from Is Paradis. You can choose between 1 to 3 hour trips. This trip can also be combined with biking trips from Stavanger, which will add an additional 2 hours.